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British 19-year-old is seriously injured after falling from fourth floor balcony in Majorca 

British 19-year-old is seriously injured after falling from fourth floor balcony in Majorca

  • A British 19-year-old has been injured in a fourth-floor fall from a Majorca lodge
  • He suffered a number of fractures in the autumn at four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel, Palma
  • Police investigating stated there was nothing pointing to foul play at this stage

A British teenager has been seriously injured in a fourth-floor plunge from a lodge in Majorca.

The 19-year-old holidaymaker is stated to have suffered a number of fractures in the autumn on the four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel in the island capital Palma.

Emergency responders raced to the lodge round 3am after the unnamed vacationer plunged from the fourth floor of the lodge.

He was stabilised on the scene earlier than being taken to Son Espases Hospital in Palma.

The fractures the injured Brit suffered are understood to be largely in his proper leg.

A British teenager has been seriously injured in a fourth-floor plunge from a hotel in Majorca

A British teenager has been seriously injured in a fourth-floor plunge from a lodge in Majorca

He was stabilised at the scene before being taken to Son Espases Hospital in Palma

 He was stabilised on the scene earlier than being taken to Son Espases Hospital in Palma

The 19-year-old holidaymaker is said to have suffered multiple fractures in the fall at the four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel in the island capital Palma

The 19-year-old holidaymaker is stated to have suffered a number of fractures in the autumn on the four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel in the island capital Palma

Police have confirmed they’re investigating however stated there was nothing pointing to foul play at this stage.

A spokesman for the National Police in Palma stated: ‘We are investigating an incident in which a British nationwide was injured in a fall at a lodge in the capital.

‘There is nothing at this stage to recommend it is the results of against the law.’

On May 12, a 34-year-old British vacationer plunged to his dying from the seventh-floor of his lodge in the Majorcan social gathering resort of Magaluf.

Witnesses filmed his fall after recognizing him risking his life after pacing up and down a slender ledge on the surface of his balcony on the four-star Melia South Beach Hotel.

Police stated he had been ingesting earlier than the 8.30am plunge and sources stated he could have taken medicine. 

Police investigating said there was nothing pointing to foul play at this stage

Police investigating stated there was nothing pointing to foul play at this stage

The man suffered multiple fractures in the fall at four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel, Palma

The man suffered a number of fractures in the autumn at four-star BQ Belvedere Hotel, Palma

A spokesman for the National Police in Palma said: 'We are investigating an incident in which a British national was injured in a fall at a hotel in the capital'

A spokesman for the National Police in Palma stated: ‘We are investigating an incident in which a British nationwide was injured in a fall at a lodge in the capital’

Later the identical day a Dutch vacationer died after hurling himself off a cliff in a tombstoning stunt in entrance of his accomplice and two youngsters.

He was later named as a former footballer known as Mourad Lambrabatte.

A autopsy revealed he had drowned in a state of semi-consciousness after hitting the water moderately than dying from impression accidents brought on by smashing towards the rocks as initially believed.

At the beginning of May a 50-year-old Irish vacationer was rushed to hospital in a ‘severe’ situation after falling from a second-floor residence in Santa Ponsa close to Magaluf.

The BQ Belvedere Hotel is situated in a quiet and peaceable space of the Bay of Palma, close to to the Cala Mayor seaside and round three miles from town centre.

The lodge says on its web site it is is ‘perfect for a household vacation.’ 

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